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Daily: 11:00 - 00:00

$11 based on 4 reviews
PappaMia is seen to be a place for one to catch up with friends while enjoying a cup of delicious and aromatic coffee. In addition to serving authentic Malaysian cuisine, the cafe has introduced Hainanese chicken rice using the recipe used in Chatterbox of Meritus Mandarin. See what foodies like this place for
Hungrycomehere • 18 Nov 201343 reviews 0 followers

I am only a regular because I live a 2 min walk away and on several occasions was desperate for a quick bite. So decided to pop in. Does this about 6 times over the past 5 months. So I guess I am regular.
 
 The menu looks gorgeous. But don't be fooled. There has not been 1 time that there wasn't an item I ordered which was "out of stock". Usually at least 2-3 items I try to...

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Hungrycomehere • 18 Nov 201343 reviews 0 followers

I am only a regular because I live a 2 min walk away and on several occasions was desperate for a quick bite. So decided to pop in. Does this about 6 times over the past 5 months. So I guess I am regular.
 
 The menu looks gorgeous. But don't be fooled. There has not been 1 time that there wasn't an item I ordered which was "out of stock". Usually at least 2-3 items I try to...

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Jaron Tng • 27 Oct 201285 reviews 22 followers

The food is not as great as before, so say my friend who recommended me there.It is my first time there and i must admit that it is a disappointing visit.We ordered three types of Ipoh Kway Teow Soup (They spell differently). I had tried the Kway Teow with the white chicken on a side dish. When the Kway Teow Soup was served, I can smell something funny. Since this was the first dish to be served, it is likely...

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Hoongy ! • 09 Feb 20121792 reviews 250 followers

Thinking of having some local and Malaysian delights, I trotted down to PapaMia in River Valley.
 
I recommend starting with a dumpling soup and an otak otak fried egg. If you are into soups, go for the chicken kway teow.
 
However, if your body can afford something richer, go all the way with the nasi lemak and curry chicken. The sambal sauce is the killer here and the food has a good level of coconut milk in its...

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